Injuries Reported in Spring Valley Pedestrian Accident near Troy Street and Central Avenue
SPRING VALLEY, CA (May 5, 2021) – Monday evening, two people sustained injuries in a pedestrian crash near Troy Street and Central Avenue.
According to California Highway Patrol, the incident happened at around 11:40 p.m. Moreover, it occurred on a Spring Valley street, near Troy Street and Central Avenue.
Reports revealed that a white sedan struck a pedestrian near the intersection. After the collision, the vehicle lost control and crashed into a nearby wall.
Furthermore, responders transported the victim to a hospital with unknown injuries. Meanwhile, paramedics also transported the female driver of the sedan to a hospital with unknown injuries.
Also, authorities confirmed that the driver failed to wear a seatbelt at the time of the crash.
Dealing With Similar Incidents
In today’s current state of affairs, taking strolls outdoors is becoming the new normal. With this, so does the likelihood of accidents involving pedestrians.
Car accidents are far more common than pedestrian accidents. However, there is still reason to be wary when traveling on foot.
“Pedestrian accidents do not occur as much as motor vehicle accidents. However, pedestrian accidents tend to include more serious injuries,” Tyler Toomey said. He is a practicing attorney at Sweet Lawyers.
“It’s because they are sometimes hard to see. They also ride bikes, skateboards, etc. Pedestrian incidents usually occur in shopping center entrances and street corners,” he added.
We understand that being involved in a Spring Valley pedestrian crash is a heavy load. Thus, it is best to turn to the experienced attorneys at Sweet Lawyers. Moreover, our attorneys and professional legal team have dealt with a variety of cases including pedestrian accidents. We promise to fight for you until your family achieves the justice and compensation that is owed. Call us at (800) 674 7852 to arrange your free consultation with an experienced legal professional. Also, you may reach us 24/7.